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DULUTH PACK X REDMOND DIGITAL MEDIA

May 13, 2015
DULUTH PACK

Fasten your seat belts and be prepared to be blown away with some incredible images and a video produced by our friends at Redmond Digital Media!

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We couldn’t ask for much more – a darling couple, a California sunrise, Duluth Packs and a camera to capture it all. It’s truly a great grouping! We have teamed up with the unbelievably talented duo (out of Santa Barbara, California) who own Redmond Digital Media. On an early Monday morning around 5 a.m., the group trekked out to a field of grass and a cliff that overlooks the sea (hello, paradise!) to snap real life photos of two people in love enjoying the simple matters in life. The Duluth Pack items featured in this shoot include: The Duluth Pack Domer Scoutmaster Deluxe, the Duluth Pack Roll-Top Scout Pack, the Duluth Pack Bison Leather Lakewalk Tote, the famous Duluth Pack Scout Pack, top selling TNT Oars T-Shirt, and last but not least, the Duluth Pack Leather Belt!

All of these products are available both in our flagship store in Canal Park, Duluth, Minnesota and on our website at duluthpack.com!

– From your friends at Duluth Pack!

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Duluth Pack visits Stormy Kromer in Ironwood Michigan

January 27, 2012
Duluth Pack takes a road trip to visit Stormy Kromer in Ironwood

Duluth Pack takes a road trip to visit Stormy Kromer in Ironwood

Road trip!

Let’s take our Duluth Packs on the road to visit Stormy Kromer in Ironwood, Michigan.

Our little caravan rolled into the Stormy Kromer production facility Thursday morning and was greeted with open arms. Kirsten showed us a very warm welcome as we shook off the weariness from the road. She also introduced us to Bob, owner and president of Jacquart Fabric Products, who lucky enough for us would also serve as our tour guide for the day.

We started in chronological order as Bob told us about the beginnings of the company and all the different projects taken on over the years. We talked about boat canopies and canvas, reupholstering furniture, and the pet division, which serves the needs of a myriad of our furry friends.

At one point I noticed a fairly familiar and famous Olympic face on the wall. Seems a few years back a couple very high-level speed skating competitions were coming to northern Michigan and they needed safety pads built around the track. With the help of the physics department at the University and Jacquart Fabrics, those pads got built to the demanding specifications of the speed skating governing body.

The Legend of Stormy Kromer began in 1903 when Ida took a baseball hat from George and added earflaps to keep him warm in the cold winds of the Upper Peninsula. Our visit to the modern Stormy Kromer, in their big beautiful factory, would surely make George and Ida proud. Quality and tradition can be seen in every Kromer hat being sewn together.

This was a special visit for us. Duluth Pack and Stormy Kromer seem to be kindred spirits that share American Made, 100 plus, year-old company stories. So much history is contained in the Stormy Kromer brand, I am very glad we took the opportunity to share in that first hand.

Thanks to Kirsten, Gina, Jessica, and everybody at Stormy Kromer for making our visit so memorable. And of course a big thank you to our tour guide, Bob who took us “out of bounds” for more than one special, behind the scenes peeks.

If they give you any trouble about being out of bounds Bob, blame it on the troublemakers from Duluth Pack.

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